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04
Jun
From
4 June 2013 to 7 June 2013
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The 2013 edition of Green Week, the biggest annual conference on European
environment policy, will take place from 4 to 7 June at a new venue, The Egg
Conference Centre in Brussels [1]. This year's theme is Air quality. 

Green Week is open to the public and participation is free of charge.

Green Week also has an area for exhibitors. Applications for a stand are open
now.

Applications for satellite events are also open now.

Registration for participation and more information on:
http://greenweek2013.eu/ [2]

We look forward to welcoming you to the Green Week 2013!

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[1] http://greenweek2013.eu/node/14?iframe=true&width=800&height=600
[2] http://greenweek2013.eu/

Jaap Koot uploaded a new Document 13 June 2018

Policy Brief by the SHARE project:

KEY MESSAGES

Doctors play a multifaceted role in the urban primary health care project, providing both clinical and administrative services.

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Discussions at the World Health Organization Conference on Health and Climate include ways to promote links between health policy and climate policy, enhance climate resilient health systems, and support health-promoting climate change policies.

Clara Long posted Information 31 August 2018

Fostering Community Spirit in the Central African Republic

 

Innocent Onah uploaded a new Document 6 December 2011

A Dangerous and Unhealthy Reality. In an era of cell phones, satellites, and the Internet,  it can often be hard to believe that almost half the world’s population still cooks food, boils water, and warms their homes by burning wood, dung, other biomass, and coal in open fires or rudimentary cook

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